US: Donald Trump refusal to commit responsibility for violence
- Impeachment motion against Donald Trump
- Voting will be done on Wednesday on the proposal
- Violence took place in the Capitol Building on 6 January
Washington: US President Donald Trump has appealed to the US resident to maintain peace. Trump said this last week while refusing to take responsibility for the violent mob intrusion in the US Parliament House Capitol Hills Violence. On his visit at the Alamo in Texas, he said, “Now is the time to heal our nation and this is the time to live in peace and quiet.”
On the other hand, on the impeachment motion against Donald Trump, voting will take place today (Wednesday) in the US House of Representatives, controlled by Democratic leaders. In this impeachment motion, the outgoing president has been accused of abetting sedition on January 6 through his steps.
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It said that Donald Trump instigated his supporters for the siege of the Capitol Hills building when the counting of electoral college votes was going on and the process was disrupted due to the attacks by people. In this incident, five people including a police officer were killed.
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